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  • Babur the Tiger: First of the Great Moguls
  • Harold Lamb
  • English
  • 24 October 2017
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About the Author: Harold Lamb

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10 thoughts on “Babur the Tiger: First of the Great Moguls

  1. Rindis says:

    Harold Lamb wrote a bunch of very readable and enjoyable historical biographies from the 1920s to 60s, but is sadly not very well known today He was an exemplar of a narrative style of popular history writing that seems to have fallen largely by the wayside, but does a great job of bringing people and places to life.Babur the Tiger First of the Great Moguls was the last book he wrote somewhat ironically he considered it as part of a series with Genghis Khan and Tamerlane, which were the firs Harold Lamb wrote a bunch of very readable and enjoyable historical biographies from the 1920s to 60s, but is sadly not very well known today He was an exemplar of a narrative style of popular history writing that seems to have fallen largely by the wayside, but does a great job of bringing people and places to life.Babur the Tiger First of the Great Moguls was the last book he wrote somewhat ironically he considered it as part of a series with Genghis Khan and Tamerlane, which were the first two biographies he wrote Babur actually wrote his own memoirs, and Lamb quotes from them extensively, making this volume unlike most of his other books, though no less filled with personalities and perhapshigh adventure than most.Like any of his other books, this isn t a detailed study, but it is a very good read, and well worth the time

  2. Redsteve says:

    This is another one of Lamb s historical biographies and an example of well written popular history His style is narrative although less so in this than in his Theodora and the Emperor and very readable At the same time, Lamb doesn t wander into the realms of rampant speculation Babur the Tiger is drawn extensively from Babur s memoirs and those of one of his daughters The first Mogul Emperor is an interesting character he doesn t start out in any way unique his is merely one of Timu This is another one of Lamb s historical biographies and an example of well written popular history His style is narrative although less so in this than in his Theodora and the Emperor and very readable At the same time, Lamb doesn t wander into the realms of rampant speculation Babur the Tiger is drawn extensively from Babur s memoirs and those of one of his daughters The first Mogul Emperor is an interesting character he doesn t start out in any way unique his is merely one of Timur s descendants, destined to rule one of many small petty kingdoms in central Asia and he spends the first half of his life not being especially good at that losing battles, choosing the wrong allies, getting distracted by the landscape and trusting relatives who obviously do not have his best interests at heart During the first twenty years of his life Babur was constantly invading and being invaded, gaining and kingdom and losing it in record time, winning a battle and then having his allies take the spoils The one thing that he was good at, however, was surviving as you would expect from someone who slept in a mail shirt forthan half of his life By the time he was older andexperienced in the early 16th Century , most of his relatives were dead and he had learned from his mistakes after making about every one a ruler could make oftenthan once This school of hard knocks served him in good stead when he invaded India, crushing several armiespowerful than his own and founding the Mogul Empire

  3. Walt says:

    Lamb has an interesting writing style that turns a historical study into a novel He adds dialogue but the reader cannot tell where Babur s memoirs end and the author s interpretation begins Certainly a fascinating look at how a nomadic group of Mongols decides to move from the steppes and settle down in a hostile agrarian land.

  4. Irfan says:

    Great just great

  5. Bijo Philip says:

    I knew Babur the founder of Moghul empire is a central Asian from Fergana valley and is a descendant of Chengis Khan and Timur Beaten and out from his own country, I had wondered, how would he come down from those treacherous mountains, subdue the fiercely independent Afghan tribes, rally their support and lead a series campaigns against myriad forces of the subcontinent, set up groundwork for a mammoth and durable empire that would last forthan 200 hundred years He is also a man of lett I knew Babur the founder of Moghul empire is a central Asian from Fergana valley and is a descendant of Chengis Khan and Timur Beaten and out from his own country, I had wondered, how would he come down from those treacherous mountains, subdue the fiercely independent Afghan tribes, rally their support and lead a series campaigns against myriad forces of the subcontinent, set up groundwork for a mammoth and durable empire that would last forthan 200 hundred years He is also a man of letters His chronicles, though intermittent, are written personally and are the best records of the perilous times of post Timurid central and south Asia Babur the Tiger is not Baburnama It is written by Mr Harold Lamb, a vainglorious American historian who believe that the terrible dawn of western world dominance five hundred years back is the dawn of a glorious civilization Albeit, it is a readable book, a digest of times that throws light in to the mosaic that is India